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Haily Hurst

Alumna wins T-shirt design contest

Haley Hurst, a 2016 UW-Platteville graduate, was recently chosen as the Milwaukee Brewers' Fan-Shirt Friday Design Contest winner. Read more...

Misty Lemon-Rogers

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Misty Lemon-Rogers

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Misty Lemon-Rogers, a lecturer in the School of Business. Read more...

Criminal Justice Career Day

Criminal Justice Career Day set for March 7

Between 300-400 criminal justice and forensic investigation students will have the opportunity to network with representatives from up to 75 tri-state agencies at the university’s 44th annual Criminal Justice Career Day on Tuesday, March 7. Read more...

Mound City Bank check presentation

Support grows for dairy science major

Mound City Bank pledged $15,000 to boost the university’s newest major—dairy science—which began in fall 2016. Read more...


UW-Platteville named ACI Outstanding University

The American Concrete Institute has selected UW-Platteville as an Outstanding University for 2016. This award recognizes universities that have outstanding student participation in ACI-related activities/programs. Read more...

Dr. Rami Reddy

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Rami Reddy

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Rami Reddy, professor of agribusiness. Read more...

Media Studies students

Friday Features - Feb. 17, 2017

Weekly news briefs from Feb. 17, 2017.


STEM education project receives continued funding

UW-Platteville's “Intelligent Integration of STEM Components to Build Effective Educators and Proficient Students” project aims to help K-12 districts and teachers integrate STEM in their classrooms; the project was recently awarded continued funding for a third year. Read more...


Forum to explore role of heritage language

The College of Liberal Arts and Education will present a faculty forum, “Wenzhounese: A Chinese Dialect in New York City,” on Thursday, March 2, in Room 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 pm. Read more...


Former NASA Space Shuttle commander to speak at university

Former NASA astronaut Eileen Collins, the first female to pilot and command space shuttle missions, will speak at UW-Platteville on Tuesday, March 28. Read more...


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